Stopped here for breakfast at 10 am on a Friday morning. Service was very bad - took 40 min for the two of us to get our orders, the waitress didn't check on us at all and eventually vanished completely for 20 min so we had to ask for our check at the counter. No GF options listed on the menu and the waitress was flummoxed when we asked what might be okay. Fortunately she did ask the chef, who knew what was safe, and I didn't have any issues after eating eggs + bacon. But overall, GF or not, the food was mediocre and I wouldn't recommend the place.
I've eaten here twice since my diagnosis. I loved eating here prior to that for many reasons. They are GF only for those who are GF by choice--fries are indicated "GF" but are fried in a common fryer, same for the rest of their food as the prep areas are common. Asked questions about prep, if they could avoid cross-contamination and was told that wasn't really possible. I did find one item, the Thai curry dish, that works because curry is GF by definition. Otherwise, not safe for Celiac.
They don't have a separate gluten free menu but they have a few items on the menu indicated gluten free. I got the Thai Sautéed Veggies. Absolutely delicious. My dad said the regular food was great as we. He got the pulled pork sandwich. Not many options but it's a wonderful place. 2 gluten free desserts as well.